Khapregesic® Product Reviews
After 8 Endo Surgeries…
“The (Khapregesic) tablets have been SO HELPFUL!“
Lauren struggles with endometriosis every day and after her 8th surgery she is so happy to finally have a natural pain reliever in Khapregesic that replaces her pain drugs.
“The (Khapregesic) tablets have been SO HELPFUL! I’ve used it more than naprogesic. When I finish I’ll deffs (definitely) be buying (more)!”
“Khapregesic now lives in my handbag!“
Sarah has just endured her second endo laparoscopic surgery.
“My first laparoscopy, I wasn’t aware of Khapregesic. This time, however, Khapregesic was my go-to for pain relief post-surgery. For fellow endo warriors, I would recommend stocking up for flare ups and post-surgery care. Khapregesic now lives in my handbag!”
“The Khapregesic is actually amazing!“
Lana is an endometriosis sufferer who tried Khapregesic post laparoscopic surgery.
“The Khapregesic is actually amazing. I took it for my post op healing and it actually really helped.”
“It (Khapregesic) reduced significantly my endo belly“
“It (Khapregesic) reduced significantly my endo belly, so this in turn limited inflammation pain, which was a help definitely during my period.”
“…I took Khap. Is it magic?“
“I just wanted to say my tummy cramps went away after I took Khap. Is it magic?”
“…used it (Khapregesic) for one period and no vomit“
“I received my parcel a couple of weeks ago – I purchased it (Khapregesic) for my daughter who has painful periods and vomiting – she used it for one period and no vomit – I’m so excited and crossing my fingers that it really works for her long term.”
“Khapregesic helped in more ways than pain relief“
“Khapregesic helped in more ways than pain relief, which by the way does kick in faster than the paracetamol. I noticed that I felt less anxiety. Also, I didn’t feel drowsy. I was much more able to get on with my day.”
“…it’s wonderful to be able to offer a natural alternative that really works.”
“Many of my patients would prefer a natural alternative to pharmaceutical medicines or to being put on the pill… so it’s wonderful to be able to offer a natural alternative that really works.”
“…they have DRAMATICALLY reduced my pain!!!!!!”
Chelsea was diagnosed with Endometriosis a few years ago. For her, it means she has incredibly painful periods that if untreated with strong pain relief she will vomit and faint from the intensity of the pain. Khapregesic® has dramatically reduced her pain – @chelseashaymakeup see post below
“I wasn’t tired, I didn’t feel any pain.”
“I thought I was taking it for pain, actually it does quite a lot of other stuff… I didn’t realise that my period was coming on that day, where I’d normally feel really tired. I wasn’t tired, I didn’t feel any pain. I don’t think I was grumpy…(laughter, see video…)
“…it was my first pain-free period ever.”
“It’s the first time in living memory that I didn’t get a migraine before my period. In fact, it was my first pain-free period ever. The only give-away that my period was about to hit was my usual cravings.
Thank you so much you’ve changed my life. I’m so grateful to be functioning normally again after so many years!”
“…I felt less anxiety…”
After taking Khapregesic I noticed also that I felt less anxiety (which I assume is either hormonal or anxiety of the pending doom of the pain to come). Also, I didn’t feel drowsy. I was much more able to get on with my day.“
“…it didn’t even feel as though I had my period.”
Khapregesic® clinical case study patient in her early 20’s…
“Usually on my period I experience a lot of cramping and bloating and makes me feel really sluggish, but whilst taking Khapregesic I notice I didn’t really get any of that at all and it didn’t even feel as though I had my period.”
(This video is part of the post clinical case study interview)
“For me it really stops an anxiety attack in its tracks.”
“I’ve been diagnosed with a genetic anxiety disorder. I’ve suffered from it my whole life. When I heard the stories of Khapregesic reducing menstrual anxiety I had to give it a go.
At first I didn’t believe how fast and how good it was. But, the more I took it, when ever I’d get that feeling in my stomach, the more confident I became that it wasn’t just all in my head.
For me it really stops an anxiety attack in its tracks. I’ve been taking Khapregesic now for quite a few months and it consistently takes my anxiety down from an 8 to a 2 within half an hour. I still can’t believe how good it is.”
(This video is two practitioners discussing Khapregesic® and Anxiety)
“…I didn’t get the usual cramping or fluctuating emotions…”
“I took Khapregesic a few days before my period started and again, I had no warning of it! It just came without any of the symptoms except for food cravings.
You can imagine my shock when it arrived because I didn’t get the usual cramps or fluctuating emotions to indicate it was starting. How cool are the benefits?”
“…without any pelvic pain at all …”
A husband who buys Khapregesic® for his wife who suffers from endometriosis.
“She hasn’t noticed much difference in headaches; but she had a couple of periods without any pelvic pain at all when taking Khapregesic. She asked me to get another bottle. And we are going to try some for her sister, who is regularly incapacitated by abdominal period pain.”
“…Khapregesic helps with period pain without side effects…“
Many practitioners are now prescribing Khapregesic to their patients. This review is from a GP who was asked this question,”Did you have any success with your patient trials?”
“Yes, Khapregesic helps with period pain without side effects which is great.”
“The cramping pain was constant…I no longer need to take ibuprofen.”
Khapregesic® customer in her late 30’s who suffers Poly-Cystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).
“I have had PCOS all my life. It had forced me to use ibuprofen every day for years just to help me through the day. The cramping pain was constant but worse in the afternoons which is when I needed the ibuprofen.
Since taking Khapregesic I no longer need to take ibuprofen. My gut has really settled down and I’m experimenting with foods again. The intolerance of different foods especially gluten and dairy foods has improved significantly and I don’t seem to get migraines during my periods any more.“
(This video is a Clinical Case Discussion between Practitioners and the developer of Khapregesic®)
“…I’d cruised through my day with plenty of energy.”
Khapregesic® Clinical Case Study
A post-menopausal patient. She manages a ballet school and runs a busy household.
“From the moment I took Khapregesic, the next morning, I woke up at about 5am, I got into my day and it wasn’t until the end of the day that I realised I hadn’t had a ‘nanna nap’ and that I’d cruised through my day with plenty of energy.”
(This video is part of the clinical case study interview, preceded by a practitioner discussion)
“…I noticed almost immediate relief in my fingers …” (osteo-arthritis)
Khapregesic® customer who is a post-menopausal 59 year old busy professional woman…
“In the past few years I’ve increasingly suffered from joint pain associated with osteo-arthritis, particularly in my fingers, neck and shoulders, needing daily doses of ibuprofen for some relief.
Since taking Khapregesic, I noticed almost immediate relief in my fingers and have significantly reduced my need for ibuprofen.
My gut health and levels of energy also seem to have improved so I’m feeling less anxious, able to get out for more walks and delighted to be able to keep up with my young, very active grandson.
I would definitely recommend Khapregesic to any other post-menopausal women looking for a plant-based alternative to ease joint pain and increase vitality.”
“My mindset was just so much clearer…”
Khapregesic® clinical case study patient in her late 20’s…
“I think the number one effect is obviously the pain relief when it actually hits, but the other symptom which I was super surprised about is actually the PMS.
The reduction of symptoms around my PMS, so things like anxiety, depression, the tiredness that I was getting. My mindset was just so much clearer, and I was just able to get things done.”
“Yes I have found these incredibly helpfuI.”
Khapregesic® UK customer after 5 months using Khapregesic®. We asked the question: “How have you been since using khapregesic®, has it been helpful?”
“Yes, I have found these incredibly helpful. Taking one or 2 a day in the 2 days leading up to menstruation and then the first 2 days during works well for me as all my symptoms vanish by day 2.5 so really the max dose I’m taking is for 4 days all in all.
I have always suffered greatly for those first 2 days, so much so I’d have to cancel plans, take a sick day from work etc. I’d manage as best I could with paracetamol and codeine tablets, we have here called Solpadine.
My brother in Australia, had come home one day in January this year when I was over visiting, with these tablets for his wife who also suffers at this time. She said they really helped. So, I tried them and was so impressed, I had to have them.
They helped in more ways than pain relief, which by the way does kick in faster than the paracetamol. I noticed also that I felt less anxiety (which I assume is either hormonal or anxiety of the pending doom of the pain to come). Also, I didn’t feel drowsy. I was much more able to get on with my day. Also noticed physically any aches and pains in areas like back and legs are eased a lot, and also the chills I get just before the period, are eased dramatically.
And finally, the fact that they are made of natural and non-artificial ingredients makes this even more appealing.”
“…I definitely had better quality sleep and I had a lot of energy…”
Khapregesic® Clinical Case Study patient in her late teens. She is an athlete and a student who presented with sleep issues and a lack of energy.
“Before Khapregesic I did struggle with my sleep patterns, I found that I was fatigued a lot, I couldn’t concentrate. However after using it I found that I definitely had better quality sleep and I had a lot of energy throughout the day.”
(The voice over in this video is part of the post clinical case study interview)
Can Khapregesic® help with Arthritis ?
A Practitioner Case Study of a patient in her late 20s
“There was one specific patient in her late 20s who wanted to go skiing. She had arthritic chronic knee pain to the point that it had restricted movement in both knees. Given that Khapregesic has had such great results for period pain patients, the way its acting as an anti-inflammatory, because she had tried everything.
She went skiing and had no pain. She came back and was just so relieved and had such a great time and that was because she was kept out of pain.
As an anti-inflammatory I have found it to be comparable to many of the really strong, non-steroidal anti-inflammatories.”
(This video is a more detailed account from the practitioner)
“…less pain and stress in my knees…”
Khapregesic® customer, a 58 year old male courier driver who had knee pain for 12 years after a motor vehicle accident
“In 2008 I met with an MVA. After a full recovery I noticed when I did start running once again, I found it quite uncomfortable and stressful, especially in my knees. Though I was able to stay active I wasn’t able to run especially any significant distance without experiencing pain and discomfort in my knees.
What I did notice ever since taking Khapregesic I have found running more comfortable less pain and stress in my knees and my gait and easiness in my running style has returned.”
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